Like father, like son: Hawkeye Huey's knee-high portraits of the American West
Like father, like son: Hawkeye Huey's portraits of the American West
Photo by Aaron Huey
Hawkeye Huey's photos don't follow traditional photography conventions of composition or exposure. They're often blurry, cut off subjects, and use hard flash. The National Geographic-represented photographer is launching his first photo book with a little help from a Kickstarter campaign and a lot of help from his partner in crime - his dad, photographer Aaron Huey.
We've already introduced Hawkeye with a sample of his unconventionally charming snapshots of the American West. Take a look now at more of his work, and find out what the project has meant for Aaron as a parent and as a guy who just likes to build blanket forts with his son.
Flip through the slideshow above for a Q&A and learn more by watching Aaron Huey's PIX 2015 re:FRAME talk about his son and their photography adventures.
PIX 2015: Aaron Huey - Hawkeye Huey's Knee-High View of the American West
Oct 23, 2016
Oct 22, 2016
Oct 20, 2016
Oct 17, 2016
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